safe as well as the kids? >> certainly. and like i said, it takes all of us working together to make sure that happens. we meet with law enforcement officers every single month to review our procedures, things that prevent things from happening but also making sure that if something were to happen not just with an intruder with a gun but, you know, any kind of safety thing that can happen to our students, that we're prepared to handle that. but again, working together. >> and god forbid anything to happen, but what is the liability? has this been, you know, played out legally? i mean, has this been well thought out? bill, how do you feel about the liability aspect of this? >> i think that's clearly a big problem. you've got a -- let's say, god forbid, there's a scenario where a teacher feels compelled to defend herself or the children and you've got that high pressure environment, tunnel vision, inability to really use your peripheral vision, all those things that happen in those kinds of scenarios. and you get children between that teacher and whatever the perceived threat is. and i think you've got a huge mess on your hands.